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Old 02-28-2010, 04:08 PM   #21
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I guess you could humanitarian to my list of accomplishments. After getting CINC house a new set for $12,533.17 I now realize these are the gifts that keep on giving. First is was for her, then worked out favorably for me, and there is proof it helps all mankind. I think everytime I see someone glancing at her I will just thing to myself "buddy you just added x seconds to your life." Your welcome. With this new info I am going to go back and ask our accountant if we can write these off as philolanthropy.

Since the professional enhancement at least 3 of her friends have also ponied up. We all do what we can to help men everywhere

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Tomcat, I speak for men everywhere when I say thank you. If there were more humanitarians like you in this world it would truly be an amazing place.

Dare I ask what the seventeen cents was for?
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Tomcat, I speak for men everywhere when I say thank you. If there were more humanitarians like you in this world it would truly be an amazing place.

Dare I ask what the seventeen cents was for?
LOL I don't know what it was for. CINC house always makes sure I include that in the numbers when I quote it. In actuality I think the cost was above average as we did a lot of research. In the end we decided the MC was definately worth the MB. I even took her to Vegas prior to final selection for "field research." It made for interesting dinner conversation.

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LOL I don't know what it was for. CINC house always makes sure I include that in the numbers when I quote it. In actuality I think the cost was above average as we did a lot of research. In the end we decided the MC was definately worth the MB. I even took her to Vegas prior to final selection for "field research." It made for interesting dinner conversation.

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LOL I don't know what it was for. CINC house always makes sure I include that in the numbers when I quote it. In actuality I think the cost was above average as we did a lot of research. In the end we decided the MC was definately worth the MB. I even took her to Vegas prior to final selection for "field research." It made for interesting dinner conversation.

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MC .... MB
what are the acronyms? money charged / mega boobs?
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I did some field work on this men's health breakthrough this weekend. I found that tight sweaters or tee shirts are not very helpful. A man needs skin. But let a pretty lady in a low cut blouse show up and I could feel my lifespan getting longer.

Thank God for medical research.

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what are the acronyms? money charged / mega boobs?
Marginal Cost vs Marginal Benefit. I am an economist.

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ha, that's a good one! I'm a leg man, boobs don't do much for me.

Just consider them as "medicine" and stare at them anyway. It's only 10 minutes. Won't you burn 10 minutes of your time for an extra 5 years? In any case, it's been my experience that if you've seen one, you've seen 'em both.
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Just consider them as "medicine" and stare at them anyway. It's only 10 minutes...
Hmmm...I do witness plenty of smiles. . Perhaps I should take a different view of my excursions out and about as a participating supplier of a "Mobile Pharmacy".
Can I write the mileage off on my taxes?
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Hmmm...I do witness plenty of smiles. . Perhaps I should take a different view of my excursions out and about as a participating supplier of a "Mobile Pharmacy".
Can I write the mileage off on my taxes?
Me too...me too! I want to do my part; increase the quality of mankind and get a tax deduction!
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Me too...me too! I want to do my part; increase the quality of mankind and get a tax deduction!
Spoken like a true patriot.... you and freebird make me proud to be an American, bbbamI.
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I shall refrain from comment. But I just want forum folks to know I'm reading this thread.

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Hmmm... if you start to look at boobs for 10 minutes a day... for health reasons of course...

And start at 15 ish... and live to 70 ish...

You spent about 140 days looking at boobs..

Now, this does not include the time you are looking at your wife's or GF when you are.... well.. you know...

SOOO, for an additional 1800 days of living, I will spend 140 of them looking...
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Hmmm...I do witness plenty of smiles. . Perhaps I should take a different view of my excursions out and about as a participating supplier of a "Mobile Pharmacy".
Can I write the mileage off on my taxes?
I think it definitely falls under the mileage deduction for "charitable organizations"........I would take the extra step and set up an LLC and get 501C3 designation...........
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I think it definitely falls under the mileage deduction for "charitable organizations"........I would take the extra step and set up an LLC and get 501C3 designation...........
Oh noo nooooooooo ... I hates paperw*rk.

I just got done with my #*!@ taxes and you want ME to have to do MORE?

Did I mention warm weather is slowly coming to Noo Yawk? That means DRESSES will be breaking out of my closet in rampant numbers.
I just lost some weight so MAYBE just maybe I'll post a G rated pic of me in a sundress. Sometime this summer...
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